cashier (Former Employee), Witbank, Mpumalanga – February 5, 2016
Pros: back pays
It a very producting workplace. ive learn to be patient, how to work with poeple and bieng exposed to do different derpatment each and every day. though sometimes you will never be happy with the management style but it was fun becouse the co-workers were just excellent.The hardest part was that i had to be carefully with the money because i must balance with the system.I Really enjoyed the part of bieng introduced to work in stock counting department
Front Admin Manager (Former Employee), Johannesburg South, GP – February 3, 2016
Pros: R12.00 petty cash/day
Cons: long hours (+-12 hours/day)
It's a great experience, including colleagues I work shift, Sunday's & public holidays, enjoyed my duration but I think 1 can not spend more than 20 years working in 1 places as we as human being should look for other challenges in life
MERCHANDISER (Former Employee), Johannesburg, Gauteng – January 29, 2016
Pros: free lunch
Cons: 5 hours
i got this job during my matric caz i had assigment for travel and tourism so i had to find a place where i will work for 3 weeks to fill the form from school as they wanted working experience.this was not a permanent job for it was just a holiday assigment.
Trainee Manager (Former Employee), Gauteng, Johannesburg – January 28, 2016
Work was hectic everyday was a challenge everything was exciting. Literally have zero expectations because whatever happens will definitely be mind blowing. Tolerance and patience is what I learned, to persevere through it all and end the day like a champ. My colleagues were everything, I'd wake up with a smile on my face every time I think about the day ahead. hardest part would be dealing with stubborn customers which is also the enjoyable part, nothing pleases me more than a satisfied customer... I mean we lived for them :)
Supervisor (Current Employee), Tongaat, ZN – January 24, 2016
Cons: long hours
A typical day at work is firstly having enough staff so the day can run smoothly without any problems. Ensuring all staff has tea and lunch breaks accordingly. Ensuring pick-ups are done timeously. Making sure all relevant paper work are put accordingly.
Recruitment Officer (Former Employee), Johannesburg, Gauteng – January 8, 2016
Cons: Long hours
I would prepare Work permit applications for all employees being mobilized to our Site. Filing leave forms, contracts, sick notes, resignations and terminations of employees. Prepare reports for work permits and report to Management. Ensuring compliance in all work permit applications. Answering and addressing employees enquiries. Record keeping of all staff information. Data capturing of all required data. Filing and assisting with CCMA case preparations
communications officer (Former Employee), Brackenfell, Western Cape – December 2, 2015
Pros: annual bonus
Cons: terrible benefits
overall culture is awesome. top management has been there since company basically started so they still operate military style and are not keen on new changes. no training available to grow and develop.
general worker (Former Employee), Vryburg, North West – November 17, 2015
Pros: Good environment
Cons: Long busy day
The employees are great and the atmosphere is good. The customers are great, the only bad thing was the hours and the turnover of staff.With me being an general worker, I dealt with a variety of different customers a day within an average shift of 7 hours. I learned how to communicate with others easily and how to handle money, especially in a busy environment.
Sales Manager (Former Employee), Thabazimbi, LP – November 12, 2015
Pros: free lunch
Cons: very long hours and no over time
I have learned a lot from shoprite from being a manager. We did had some hard time to reach our targets but in the end we did make it. I know that the staff there is missing me i was there a few months ago and i am a shamed to see to shop again it looked horrible i can not believed that the shop went back words we i left there.
Storeman Supervisor (Former Employee), Mpumalanga Bushbuckridge – October 29, 2015
I was feël happy to work on the Retail store. I started to learn things like how you work with customer's. You Must understand the problames of the customer and solve it in the Good manner dont allow the customer to Walk off in the shop unhappy. How to merchandise products on the shelves and make sure That after merchandise their PI.